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Opinion: Leadership is a privilege, not a right

Guest columnist Donnie Brawner discusses the qualities of a leader.

Guest columnist Don Davis says while it may be months before Fed rate cuts, now is the time to take advantage of longer-term yields.

David Stokes, director of municipal policy for the Show-Me Institute, opposes a constitutional amendment set to appear on the Aug. 6 ballot.

CoxHealth CEO Max Buetow encourages professionals to reflect on their work-life balance.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein suggests the Antigal Uno line of Argentinian wines for inflation-weary customers.

Guest columnist Joe Shearrer discusses potential market volatility in the second half of 2024.

Mindy Brissey, regional administrator for the SBA, says federal laws contribute to the success of companies.

Guest columnist Joe Daues outlines tips for better Mondays.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples four beverages made in Europe.

Missouri House Speaker Dean Plocher says tax cuts have been good for the state's bottom line.

Burrell Behavioral Health CEO C.J. Davis: "Over half of all adults with a mental illness across the U.S. aren’t receiving any treatment, according to Mental Health America, and we must improve upon that if want our communities to thrive."

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples three selections.

Stephen Kleinsmith, an Ozark resident and former Nixa Public Schools superintendent, says "there are numerous compelling reasons for this, including the separation of church and state, the religious diversity among students, legal precedents and the potential for disruption."

Guest columnist Rhonda Perry: "It’s time to bring transparency back to the meat industry and empower consumers with the information they deserve. It’s time to put mandatory  COOL back in the Farm Bill."

Columnist Mark Holmes says trust is important to customers – and nurturing it can give a business a competitive edge.

Guest columnist Richard Baker: "Multiple reports have shown that consumers are slowing their spending, which will continue to bring inflation down as the year progresses. I am keeping a neutral allocation to the consumer discretionary sector, but I am closer to a downgrade than an upgrade."

Guest columnist Andy Drennen outlines the financial metrics to watch in second half of the year.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein samples six red wines he says are suitable for the holiday.

Columnist Bennet Bodenstein recommends wine varieties to sample with some favorite films.

Guest columnist Sherry Coker says personality assessments support workplace success.

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